Family Drop-in Programs at the Museum and Heritage Sites

Visit the Museum and Heritage Sites for family drop-in programs this summer! $3 donation

Homemade Mondays at Father Lacombe Chapel
Mondays: July 10 – August 21
Drop in from 11 am – 4 pm
Drop by Father Lacombe Chapel on Mondays and create something uniquely homemade.
NEXT CLASS (August 21): Apple basket craft

Tuesdays Together at the Musée Héritage Museum
*1 hour scheduled programs
Tuesdays: July 11 – August 22
10 am and 1pm
Join us for a one hour guided program and crafts at the Museum.
NEXT CLASS (August 22): Sturgeon river history and craft

Game Day at the Little White School
Wednesdays: July 12 – August 23
Drop in from 11 am – 4 pm
Visit the Little White School on Wednesdays for games and activities.
NEXT CLASS (August 23): Yahtzee and stick in the mud

Craft Thursdays at the St. Albert Grain Elevator Park
Thursdays:  July 13 – August 24
Drop in from 11 am – 4 pm
Visit the Grain Elevator Park for crafts, traditional games and lemonade.
NEXT CLASS (August 24): Strawberries


Birthday Parties with Arts and Heritage

Little White School and St. Albert Grain Elevator Park

Celebrating a child’s birthday? Make it memorable with a birthday party at the St. Albert Grain Elevator Park or the Little White School!

  • Birthday party cost: $120 for a maximum of 10 guests (not including adult chaperones). Additional guests are $10 each for a maximum of 12.
  • Birthday parties must be pre-booked and paid in full before the party date. Please contact museum@artsandheritage.ca or 780-459-1528 for booking information.
  • Party is 2 hours, which includes programmer-led activities as well as time for cake and presents
  • Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your party start time to set up, and stay 15 minutes afterwards for clean up.
  • We provide napkins, forks/ spoons, lemonade, and homemade ice cream (upon request). You provide food, cake, decorations, and goodie bags.
  • Please limit number of adult chaperones to two.
  • The St. Albert Grain Elevator Park is open to the public between 10 am – 5 pm on Saturdays, May (Victoria Day long weekend) through the September long weekend (Labour Day); while our interpreters strive to direct tours away from the area where parties are taking place, there will be visitors on the site while your party is there.

Art Gallery of St. Albert

For details on birthday parties for children and adults at the Art Gallery of St. Albert please visit the gallery programs page.


The Musée Héritage Museum offers specialized programs for Brownies, Girl Guides, Cubs and Scout groups which will complete badge requirements in a fun and unique setting!

Brownies: Aboriginal People in Canada or All about Canada
Girl Guides: Folklore or Provincial Heritage
Beavers: Crafts or Heritage Storytelling
Cubs: Canadian Heritage or Aboriginal Awareness
Scouts: Heritage Badge (Museum or Heritage Site location)

Please contact museum@artsandheritage.ca or 780-459-1528 for booking information and costs.


The Art Gallery of St. Albert offers community classes throughout the year for adults & youth:

Our wide range of classes are taught by professionals and tailored to your experience level. Visit the gallery program page for more information on the classes we have to offer.

The Musée Héritage Museum offers public programs throughout the year for adults & youth. Including:

Looking for unique local tour opportunities for your group? The Musée Héritage Museum hosts Adult & Senior Group Tours year round. Tours include our feature exhibition and St. Albert History Gallery and tea and biscuits. Our programmer can answer any questions you may have, or better yet we would enjoy listening to memories and stories your group members might want to share. Programs can be designed to meet your group’s needs.

Travel to your facility or meeting place to offer these programs for your organization or club may be an option. Please contact museum@artsandheritage.ca or 780-459-1528 for additional information.

Please note we also have summer season, interpreter led tours, at the St Albert Grain Elevator Park, the Founders’ Walk and Father Lacombe Chapel.